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Green Millikin

Light blue hand drawn

Red Karma belt shirt

Circuit board belt

Heritage maroon

Heritage orange

Musky Mikes

Rat Pack #2

Karma Shirt #2

Turntable & Arrows

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This page was created to quickly show some examples of graphics I've made especially shirt design. Contact me for illustration work on clothing or print and web projects.

OBEY – Supply & Demand

19th March 2017 By millscottm@gmail.com

I bought this book many years ago.┬áIt is a collection of Shepard Fairey’s work from this school days until 2005. It is pretty exhastive. I would say it is 90% images and the rest copy. If you try to read the whole book it might take two hours. It is a very impressive book. All the graphics are very strong and the images he chooses can be political. His artwork started as stickers around his colleges campus and town. He started to do graffiti art with his Andre the giant image. His graffiti morphed into political figures and making huge murals in cities across the word. The range of graphics shown is impressive. To president Obama to famous musicians like Bob Marley and Joe Strummer. Before shipping the book cost $60.00 – completely worth what you pay.

Lego Batman Movie

18th March 2017 By millscottm@gmail.com

Just went to see Lego Batman with my 7 year old daughter. It was worth it if you are 7, any older it is hard to focus that long. I liked the original Lego movie better, Mr. Evil Business was truly evil, and fun to watch. I just expected more from an animation movie. We probably won’t purchase it, but we will see.

Out of the box – The rise of sneaker culture

18th March 2017 By millscottm@gmail.com

This is a great book if you want to know the full background of sneakers. There are many many pictures taken of shoes that are in the Bata Shoe Museum. The shoes they show are over 100 years old. The book has interviews with Adam “Ad Rock” Horovitz from the Beasties Boys, it has a section written by Darryl “DMC” McDaniels, and many more. This books is basically a library of the history of sneakers. This is the perfect book about the history of every sneaker brand and when they started. Great book for sneakerheads. Would strongly suggest this book.